Rüdiger Sünner

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Rüdiger Sünner, born 1953 in Köln on the Rhine, is a German author and documentary film maker, most notable for his book and his documentary on the Schwarze Sonne.

Biography[edit]

1970 Abitur

From 1972 to 1985 he studied music, music science, German and philosophy. Beside being a musician in different Pop groups and training activity as flutist.

In 1985 he graduated in the art and philosophy of Theodor Ludwig Wiesengrund Adorno and Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche.

From 1986-1991 he studied at the German film and television academy in Berlin (DFFB).

Since 1991 he has operated as author, film producer and musician in Berlin.

Schwarze Sonne[edit]

Schwarze Sonne (Black Sun) is a 2001 German book by Sünner that explores the occult roots of Nazism .

Sünner also produced a documentary of the same name. While filming at the Wewelsburg castle, he was allegedly threatened by a skinhead, brandishing his fist with a Black Sun tattoo. Apparently he regarded Sünner's film as a desecration.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke, Black Sun [page number and bibliographic information needed]

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